LTA Connect: Student surveys, what do they tell us?
Presented by Heather Fotheringham, this webinar will give an overview of the range of surveys that the university deploys to gather student feedback about their learning and teaching experiences.
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It is sound educational practice to gather feedback from students about their experiences. However, students often complain about the number of surveys they receive which can lead to 'survey fatigue' and, ultimately, low response rates. In this webinar attendees will hear about:
- The range of surveys that students receive
- What these surveys tell us about students' experiences
- How teaching staff can access relevant survey data
- How this data can be used for their own evaluative practices
Heather Fotheringham is Evidence-Based Enhancement Lead for the University and is based within the Learning and Teaching Academy
Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy Value
The UK Professional Standards Framework
By applying the learning from attending this webinar to professional practice, it could support evidence in the following areas of the UK Professional Standards Framework for those seeking Higher Education Academy (HEA) Recognition.
K5 Methods for evaluating the effectiveness of teaching
V3 Use evidence-informed approaches and the outcomes from research, scholarship and continuing professional development
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